After last weekend's reduced programme in the Donegal League, it's a much busier few days up ahead with a mix of cup and league action.
There are only three games in the Saturday League, but on Sunday, there are games in the three divisions as well as the Ulster Junior Cup and Ulster Junior Shield.
Last Sunday, Donegal Town moved joint top in the Temple Domestic Applicances Division One of the Donegal League after they had a big win over Kerrykeel .
In one of only two games played over the Sunday divisions, Town had little trouble easing to all three points at the Hospital Field.
David Graham was the hero for Donegal with a hat-trick. His first two goals came in the opening half and Town led 2-0 at the break.
Daniel McHugh was also on the mark and Benny Byrne got the fifth in a comprehensive win.
Donegal now share the lead with Lagan Harps, although Lagan have played two games less.
In the CT Ball Division, Deele Harps' good form continued as they beat Dunkineely Celtic 4-0.
The win means Deele are now joint top of the table, and they have a game in hand over Glenree United who led the way before the weekend.
Deele's goals on Sunday came from Paul and Kevin Lynch, Thomas Mullen and Brian Breslin.
Next Sunday, Deele are in league action again, they have a home match against Copany Rovers. Dunkineely Celtic face a local derby away to Letterbarrow.